MULA SA FB POST NI RANNIE RAYMUNDO, ANG KUYANG BARAKO NI LANCE RAYMUNDO:
“Mga minamahal kong Sanjuaneños… Suportahan niyo po ang aking kapatid na si Lance Z. Raymundo! Sa mga nakasama ko at napagsilbihan sa district 2 ganun din sa diatrict 1. Noong ako ay nanunungkulan sa Brgy Greenhills, umabot ako di lamang sa ibat ibang Barangay sa district 2… Pati na rin sa district 1 ng tahimik. Naniniwala ako at nakasisiguro na maipagpapatuloy ng aking nakakabatang kapatid ang serbisyong ito lalo na kung mahalal siya bilang konsehal ng bayan. Bagamat wala na po ako sa politika… Alam niyo na ako ay nandirito pa rin upang manilbihan. Ang puri at pasasalamat ay binibigay naming magkapatid sa aming magulang na siyang nagturo sa amin ng tunay na diwa ng SERBISYO sa kapwa! Ang natutunan namin ay siyang ibig namin ipamahagi sa inyo. Suportahan niyo po ang aking kapatid! Kahit ano pa man ang inyong partido o team. Ang aking loyalty ay para sa isa lamang…. Ang aking minamahal sa San Juan. Wag po kalimutan si LANCE RAYMUNDO! Isang tunay na anak ng San Juan at kapatid ni KUYA BARAKO!”—RANNIE RAYMUNDO
“FAMILY AND CHILDREN IN CCP’S PASINAYA FESTIVAL”
A variety of exciting activities await visitors in Pasinaya, the Cultural Center of the Philippines’ annual open house festival on February 7, 2016 starting 8:00am at various CCP venues. Under the theme ‘Family and Children’, the event forms part of the children’s programs of the CCP.
In a recent press conference, media representatives were given a tour to the FDCP Cinematheque Centre Manilaand the UP Manila Museum of a History of Ideas in Ermita, Manila, two of the latest partner institutions to join Pasinaya this year. Other institutions that will open their doors to the public for Pasinaya on February 7 include theMetropolitan Museum and Museo Pambata on Roxas Boulevard, National Museum on P. Burgos Drive, Rizal Park, Casa Manila and Bahay Tsinoy in Intramuros, 1335 Mabini Gallery in Ermita Manila, Museo Marino andNational Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA) Gallery. Aside from the exhibits on view at these partner institutions, performances are scheduled.
Highlights of the Pasinaya include youth choirs singing ‘Bata Ang Bukas’ by Ryan Cayabyab, a drum and lyre performance by children, screenings of films from Cinemalaya and Animahenasyon festivals, puppet show, storytelling, poetry reading and balagtasan for kids, stage productions of Pinocchio, Alice in Wonderland and the like. Different areas and venues of the CCP have been zoned and dedicated to the various art forms such as dance, music, theater, film and the visual arts. There are zones devoted to workshops and children as well.
Four international award-winning music groups: Boscorale, the Ligao National High School Choir, Baao Children & Youth Choir and Triple Fret will share their talent during the open house festival.
More than 3,000 artists from community-based and school-based artistic groups will participate in the 2016 CCP Pasinaya. In addition to the performances, there will be workshops, film screenings, lecture-demonstrations, exhibits and storytelling activities.
Pasinaya is the biggest multi arts festival in the Philippines featuring the participation of thousands of artists and hundreds of artistic and cultural groups. It offers a unique “Pay what you can, See all you can” donation scheme, as well as the opportunity to enjoy a sneak preview of the CCP performance season.
Pasinaya is presented by the Cultural Center of the Philippines and headlined by the Center’s own resident companies, namely, the Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra, University of Santo Tomas Symphony Orchestra, Ballet Philippines, Philippine Ballet Theater, Ramon Obusan Folkloric Group, Bayanihan Philippine National Folk Dance Company, National Music Competitions for Young Artists (NAMCYA), Philippine Madrigal Singers and Tanghalang Pilipino. (Photo by Kiko Cabuena)
“Transnational Narrations: Paperworks”
THE Cultural Center of the Philippines presents an international group exhibition entitled Transnational Narrations: Paperworks from 24 February until 17 April 2016 at the CCP’s Bulwagang Juan Luna (Main Gallery) and Pasilyo Guillermo Tolentino (3F Hallway Gallery).
Artworks done on paper tend to stress the skill and presence of the artist’s hand. Their scale is intimate and subtle. In a very real sense they bring us close to the creative act as a direct transmission from brain to hand. The exhibition Transnational Narrations: Paperworks centres on that process. The participating artists come from Latin America, Europe, Asia, and the United States, and work in different mediums such as dry point, lithograph, woodcut, pen and ink, watercolour, gouache, silkscreen, and mixed media.
Transnational Narrations: Paperworks was curated by the late British art critic and curator Kevin Power and Spanish curator Mónica Carballas, The travelling exhibition’s Philippine run will be curated by Carballas and will feature the works of Ignacio Alcántara (Dominican Republic); Francisco de Assis Almeida (Brasil); Javier Arce (Spain); José Bedia (Cuba); Chema Cobo (Spain); Abraham Cruzvillegas (Mexico); Marcel Dzama (Canada); Curro González (Spain); Mondongo (Argentine); Lauren Kelley (U.S.A.); Abraham Lacalle (Spain); Robert Langenegger (Philippines); Miki Leal (Spain); Manuel Ocampo (Philippines); Carlos Ricafort (Philippines); Carlos Rivera (Puerto Rico); Lazaro Saavedra (Cuba); Laurie Steelink (U.S.A.); Taller Popular de Serigrafia (Argentine); David Griggs (Australia).
Viewing hours are from Tuesday to Sunday, from 10am to 6pm. For more information, please contact the CCP Visual Arts and Museum Division, Production and Exhibition Department at (632) 832-1125 local 1504/1505 or (632) 832-3702, mobile (63920) 4700690, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Magpapatuloy pa rin po ako. Mananatiling mangangarap, magpupunyagi, mabubuhay…. at, magmamahal. Sa pagtatapos ng taong 2015, tangan-tangan ko ang maliwananag na sikat ng buwan at mga bituin. At ang bukas, oo, ang bukas, ay hindi nga siguro malayong abutin pa.
Salamat, anghel ko… Salamat.
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Goodbye soon, 2015 and hello 2016!!!—- from “ONE”
Blogger SSSIP had a great time with the fans of NIKKI CO (one of the top 18 of this year’s starstruck of channel 7 and now an exclusive GMA Artist Center talent) last night as he treated his fans for a christmas dinner at URBAN CHICK restaurant in maginhawa village. grabe ang saya!!! dad martin Martin Martin, the godfather of The Elites Model Management and manager of nikki was a great host! ang galing niyang mag-organize ng event at lahat ay naasikaso niya ng husto, especially nikki’s loving fans. umapaw ng pagkain, whew! sashimi, tacos, spaghetti, cream and spicy chicken, grilled chicken and pork, huge pizza pies, and many more. kakabusog talaga!!! napakaguwapo ni nikki kagabi, and among his guests were this blogger (yours truly), Paul Jansen Ong, Paul Aquino, Ocisum Eigger,new elites talent miss patricia carriedo… ang babait ng fans ninikki, ha. at lahat sila ay sasali soon sa acting workshop ng elites. kaya naman lahat ay excited naaahhhh!!! go, go, go! merry christmas to the NICKSTERS!
(PHOTOS BELOW, COURTESY OF MR. MARTIN MARTIN AND NIKKI CO’S FANS)